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Chris Cornell loved the Seahawks; who is the Dolphins’ biggest celebrity fan?


Chris Cornell, former frontman of Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, died early Thursday in Detroit at the age of 52.  

Cornell's voice, not to mention his bands, were part of the grungy Seattle sound — along with other groups like Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains — that swept the nation in the early 1990s.  

But music aside, Cornell loved his hometown, as well. And his hometown football team the Seahawks

He sung before several Seahawks games and was often a vocal member of the 12th Man. 

And the team loved him back. 

He even narrated a Seahawks hype video in 2014:    

But Cornell's fandom got us thinking.  

Is there a voice of our Miami Dolphins? Are there celebrities who live and die with the ups and downs of the Aqua and Orange?  

Here are a number of famous folks who either claim the Dolphins as their favorite NFL team ... or who the Dolphins claim as one of their very own.

[CHECK OUT OUR PHOTO GALLERY OF THE BIGGEST CELEBRITY DOLPHINS FANS]


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